mathesis universalis arise within the first sense of science, whereas transcendental phenomenology is, according to Husserl , scientific philosophy in the second sense. This paper seeks to show that since human experiences (which are ultimately founding) are essentially ongoing, finite and uncompletable, scientific philosophy in both its senses can only claim partial and relative truths and validities. Thus the radical scientific philosopher as a transcendental phenomenologist is called upon to lay bare the ultimate, responsible causes for the meaning and validity of being, and the "ultimate foundations' of philosophy." /> Mathesis universalis and the life-world - Rizo-Patrón De Lerner Rosemary | sdvig press

Mathesis universalis and the life-world

finitude and responsibility

Rosemary Rizo-Patrón De Lerner

pp. 155-174

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